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Have you used OpenWRT?

I've been pricing wireless access points, and those that can serve as a 
wireless client are much more expensive than ordinary wireless router/APs.

If you're familiar with OpenWRT, please tell me if I could use it to 
create a wireless client using, e.g., the Linksys WRT54* family of 
wireless routers. Since it will be in service a long way from my home, 
I'm also very interested in your opinions about ease-of-use, stability, 
and remote maintenance.


Bill Horne

E. William Horne
William Warren Consulting
Computer & Network Installations, Security, and Service

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